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Friday Night a Busy Night for Football Scrimmages



Football teams will get their first look at outside competition Friday when teams begin scrimmaging other schools for the first time in advance of the August 22nd season opening weekend.

Trigg County will play Crittenden County Friday at 6pm at Christian County Middle School.  Following that game, Webster County will scrimmage Todd County Central at CCMS.

Hopkinsville will scrimmage at 6pm Friday at Owensboro.

Caldwell County will scrimmage at Butler County Friday.

And Fort Campbell will host their annual Border Wars Scrimmage Friday on post.

Fort Campbell will play Clarksville at 6pm, followed by Rossview and Graves County at 6:45pm; Fort Campbell and Marshall County at 7:30; and Marshall County vs. Northeast at 8:15.


 

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